posted on Dec, 12 2007 @ 12:23 AM
I was watching a history channel special on the universe, I forget what it was called exactly, but thats besides the point.
The program mentioned how astronomers find planets by looking for the wobble of its star. They also mentioned that our solar system doesn't have
this wobble because we have a rare circular orbit....
Why is our solar system so unique to the observable space around us?
Does having a circular instead of a oblong orbit mean anything?
Can rare circular orbits tell us anything consistent?
Also I had this idea....
Does a circular orbit mean that or solar system was influenced intelligently?
Think about it. if you had the power to move or create planets or moons, you could literally make a bullseye out of a solar system with the right
amount of time.
Why would you want to make a bullseye?
To show that this or any circular orbit solar system is/was intelligently manipulated to create a beacon for other interstellar travelers.
People say that the moon could be an ET spaceship. If that were true then it would be possible to slowly space out planets, and balance orbits to
align to form a circular (bullseye) solar system.
Instead of looking for the wobble why not look for a perfectly stable star. Or are they too hard to find?
I am also not claiming to know anything special, I just wanted to hear some intelligent discussion.
[edit on 12-12-2007 by IMAdamnALIEN]